Can it be argued that Solon’s reforms eased the lot of the common people?

Yes, Solon’s reforms fundamentally changed the situation of the common people. First, debt slavery was abolished; secondly, all citizens received the right to vote. Thus, all citizens of the ancient state were able to directly participate in the government of the country.

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